Tuesday, November 24, 2015

I have spaces open for life and/or writing coaching.

Hi All!
I have spaces open for life and/or writing coaching.

 What are my qualifications?

* Degree in Teaching English and Psychology - Honor Roll 
* Licensed Chemical Dependency Professional in Washington state from 2005 to 2015 - Not currently licensed because in Washington because here you have to have a parent agency. However, you can look my license up and see I have no filed complaints.
* Certified Moral Reconation Counselor which includes the ability to work with addictions, criminal thinking, overall life satisfaction and codependency/entangled relationships. I am separately certified for this.
* Have made top 25 on Amazon with three novels and top ten with one of those.

Please Note:  Due to my currently working independently - I cannot sign off on any court orders, doctor orders, or insurance/license needs. You must have an addictions counselor for this.

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Latest Review for Bloodmines!

5.0 out of 5 stars 
Refreshingly Original 
By Dale Rutherford 
on November 15, 2015 
Format: Kindle Edition 

Thanks for this review Dale!

This is the third novel in the series and the story has not faltered in its originality and continuity. The character development is well mastered, bringing forth enough details to create a clear mental image without bogging down the storyline to the point of distraction... Bravo. I enjoyed reading this novel series immensely. Thanks Cheryl for creating such a captivating and original story 😀



Thursday, November 12, 2015

Can you put my cover back together??

Can you put the cover back together??


The Wooden Door - A Live Write!

Live Write Challenge Given by Breana McKee

1) A bold merchant with a catty mouth.
2) The forgotten dungeon in a secret wall of a castle (or hidden in a forest!).
3) Representation of a mute, or the cause of turning someone mute (perhaps the removing of tongues)?
4) A golden eyed feline sculpture — "Said to send one into a spiral of deep depression if one stares into its eyes too long - You can either see your demise, or your soul. Either way it upsets them all.


Marden spotted the wanderer the moment he stepped into the line of stalls where the merchant had set up.  You had to watch the little creatures.  Fortunately, their method of colorful and often mismatched dress made spotting them easy.  They looked like young teenage humans for the most part except that their eyes were a little more almond shaped, and they had a slight point to their ears.  That was not what made them dangerous.  Wanderers believed in trading fairly.  The problem was that they did not hold value to items in the same way that most others did.  They might give you a worthless, albeit very colorful, feather in hopes of receiving a gold bracelet.  Trying to explain the lack of value to the item usually ended in frustration for the merchant.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Opening An E-store


This will be my unique store for my books and other fun dragon gifts and collectibles.  I am using my income from this store to help pay for my chemotherapy expenses not covered by insurance.

Here are some sample items that I love!